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Rep. Rutigliano Talks State Issues & Government with Daniels Farm Students

Posted on April 12, 2019 by jdooley


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TRUMBULL- Each year State Rep. David Rutigliano (R-Trumbull) visits the 4th graders at Daniels Farm School and has a discussion with the class about state and local government issues, this year was no different.

“It is always fun and engaging conversation with the students. The kids asked many smart questions and seemed really interested on state government. I look forward every year to their visit to the State Capitol in the spring,” said Rep. Rutigliano.

Rep. Rutigliano and the students talked

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Rutigliano and McGorty to Hold Healthcare Forum

Posted on April 8, 2019 by jdooley


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TRUMBULL- State Representatives David Rutigliano (R-123) and Ben McGorty (R-122) are inviting Trumbull constituents to a Forum with the Office of the Healthcare Advocate on ways for residents to potentially save on their healthcare plans. 

WHAT: Trumbull Forum with the Office of the Healthcare Advocate

WHEN: Monday, April 29 from 6:30 – 8:00pm

WHERE: Trumbull Town Hall – Council Chamber at 5866 Main Street in Trumbull 

According to both Reps. Rutigliano and McGorty, the goal of the forum is to highlight

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Trumbull Delegation Opposes Excessive Arbitration Award for Assistant Attorneys General

Posted on April 2, 2019 by jdooley


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HARTFORD — Trumbull state legislators, State Reps. David Rutigliano (R-123), Laura Devlin (R-134) and Ben McGorty (R-122) all voted against a new two-year contract Wednesday for newly unionized lawyers working for State Attorney General William Tong that includes raises costing the state an additional $3.3 million starting in the second year.

Rep. Rutigliano said, “I am disappointed that the Democrats in Hartford decided to rubber-stamp these exorbitant and lavish union agreements without consideration of the impacts on taxpayers or the programs. We simply do not have the money in our state budget to pay for these contracts, no wonder they need to raise taxes.”

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